03-14-2019 08:26 PM - edited 03-14-2019 08:27 PM
I know this has already been suggested, but I was unable to reply to the topic I found.
Like the subject says: We need Quck for Linux.
I can't even label my post appropriately!
Solved! Go to Solution.
07-30-2019 07:58 PM - last edited on 07-31-2019 07:08 AM by mariustanya
I'm not in your prediciment, but I saw this message and I thought I would post this based on some things I read. It's a bit janky because it involves using virtual machines to run software, but maybe it will help you make the asset that you wanted:
I really appreciate the effort and the suggestion. But I already took some of his suggestions (although not on a VM, I installed Windows on bare metal so that it could have 100% of the available resources).
I may have found a solution, it's a program called GoPro VIRB Edit. Oh, wait! That's Garmin VIRB Edit. I'll try it an let everybody know.
03-19-2019 04:02 AM
I'm trying to make DashWare work, but once again--it's only available for Windows.
03-20-2019 12:16 PM
There are also some software suggestions in this article that will help: https://gopro.com/help/articles/how_to/Programs-to-View-and-Edit-Videos
03-20-2019 04:04 PM
There are a gazillion video editors for Linux that work, but I haven't found one yet that can include gauges using GoPro's metadata. I think I'm going to have to install Windows and use DashWare.
06-26-2019 05:00 AM
Dashware is pretty good, but now I find that it doesn't support gauges for time-lapse video. It looks like speed may work, but not the other gauges.
Dashware requires one specific xml file from Quik in order to work with video from the Hero 7. Dashware also crashes when rendering video if you don't have an audio track (as in time lapse video). Add music, and you get scolded by YouTube for using copyrighted media (sorry, I don't have original music).
The GoPro Hero 7 also splits long videos into parts. You can recombine them in Dashware, but if you want gauges, Dashware chokes on the data (telemetry) files. I had to install a kludgey 3rd party utility to merge the data files so that Dashware can read them. Then you have to import each raw video individually to create a data file, then use the utility to merge them.
07-11-2019 09:44 PM
Read this thread. While I appreciate the efforts on what I'm reading on trying to find something to make this work, I'm a bit concerned reading about "kludgy software" and "software crashing". I say this because noting that if one can't get a VM to run Windows on his or her host as it is already admittedly resource constrained, that may be one's issue with some of the performance and such in the other apps mentioned. I would be curious how this would perform if used with a host with more resources.
07-12-2019 04:02 AM